For information about travel, accommodation and further information about the Island, go to the Visit Isle of Man site: www.visitisleofman.com
Travel to and from the Isle of Man is by ferry or by aeroplane.
Official Travel Partners of Celtfest Isle of Man 2017, the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company run ferries in and out of Douglas from Dublin, Belfast, Heysham and Liverpool. For full details and timetables, please see: www.steam-packet.com
There are a number of airlines that now fly to the Isle of Man with daily flights to and from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle, Liverpool, Blackpool, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, London City, Bristol, Dublin and Belfast.
All airlines fly in to Ronaldsway Airport near Castletown in the South of the Island.
The quickest and easiest way to find flights is via the website: www.manxflights.com
Travel in the Isle of Man
The Isle of Man has an extensive and reliable transport network that consists of Buses, Electric Trams, Steam Trains and Horse Drawn Trams. Full details of this transport network can be found at: www.iombusandrail.info
The Isle of Man also has a number of Taxi firms, although these must be booked by telephone and are not hailed on the street. The main taxi firms for Peel are:
Anne’s Taxis: 01624 843799/07624 495284
West Coast Taxis: 01624 842889
Terry’s Taxis: 01624 842224